Accountant, Accounts Receivable
Reports to: Assistant Controller
We’re looking to hire an Accounts Receivable Accountant for our Finance team. In this role, you’ll perform complex, high-volume accounts receivable transactions, while being accurate and efficient.
In an average week, you can expect to:
- Ensure invoices are generated and billed in a timely manner in accordance with contractual agreements.
- Reconcile traffic software (Allegiance) to accounting software (Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains).
- Prepare various journal entries as part of month end close.
- Assist with monthly revenue research and analysis.
What success looks like:
- After 60 days, you will know the revenue cycle, document flow and team member contribution to the process.
- After 120 days, you will understand customer needs, assist project managers in collections and the monthly close process.
You must have:
- Knowledge of accounts receivable and basic general accounting principles.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, including strong oral and written communication skills.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Excel.
- Sound judgment and be able to handle confidential matters.
You should have:
- Knowledge of macros is preferred.
- College degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, or other related field; three years of accounts receive experience (preferably in a non-profit setting); or equivalent combination of education and experience.
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